I was glancing through the magazines in the University Hospital and ran across yours, half-
To be honest, I liked the Cosmo issues a lot more than your magazine. They have way better models than you do (don't forget the photoshopping!) and their content is just so much more relevant to my daily life than yours. I was able to flip through your entire magazine in less than 4 seconds
So I want to suggest that you take a page out of the Cosmo play book and think a little bit more about what your readers will actually enjoy looking at. Get some decent pictures of attractive people, and you might stand half a chance with the public.
Cosmo may appeal to some of our readers, but our philosophy is that Cosmo-style makeup can be liberally applied to syntactic diagrams, but constitutes cruelty when slathered on human faces.
Do yourself a favor: jog down to your local university and enroll in The sociolinguistics of the popular press, or whatever they teach in that vein. We think you'll appreciate the non-
Dear August Editors,
We be writing with a credible proposal to shape English for the better. It bes confusing and unwarranted that three verbs as common as to go, to be and to have be irregular. Therefore, from now on, please inform all English speakers that:
Now, that bes better, besn’t it?
The Society for Mutually Understandable Grammar
This is utterly unacceptable. If this reform were to be adopted, then the Bee Gees would suddenly be equated with Jesus, which is blasphemous, repulsive, and remarkably bad theology.
Speculative Grammarian accepts well-